Aboriginal Principles for Sustainable Aquaculture View the Aboriginal Principles for Sustainable Aquaculture PDF »
"First Nations will play a key role in the development and management of a healthy and sustainable aquaculture sector." Chief Richard Harry, Executive Director of the AAA is featured in the latest issue of SOAR magazine. To read the full article click here (PDF). You can also view the magazine here.
National Aboriginal Fisheries Forum II - Seize the Economic OpportunitiesNanaimo, B.C. October 2-4, 2012 The Aboriginal Aquaculture Association along with other co-hosts hosted the 2nd National Aboriginal Fisheries Forum. The presentations from Day 2 Aquaculture session are now available.
New Address effective October 01, 2012 1400B Drake RoadCampbell River, BC V9W 6J3
Download PDFs: Invitation - NAFF II - ENGLISH .pdf Invitation - NAFF II - French .pdf NAFF II - Agenda.pdf
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada commissioned two economic analysis studies of geoduck. The final reports were just released and include: Please click the links below to view the complete articles in PDF format: The Market for GeoduckPrepared by GS Gislason and Associates Financial Feasibility of Geoduck Aquaculture in British ColumbiaPrepared by Canadian Aquaculture Systems, Inc.